SAITAMA HALL

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Saitama Hall Lunchtime Concert Vol.52, Spring Break Special
《The Sorcerer's Apprentice》 by members of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

Mar.29.2022(Tue)/ 12:10pm-1:00pm

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ON SALE TO GENERAL PUBLIC

Dec.12.2022(Sun)/ 10:00am-

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Dec.11.2022(Sat)/ 10:00am-

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A popular concert where you can casually enjoy a first class music and host performances for 50 minutes at noon. In this spring break special, we will present Ducasse’s《The Sorcerer’s Apprentice》well known by the Disney movie「Fantasia」with a narration of the story. The narrator and host of the show is Satoshi Asaoka, who is well known as the host of the popular summer vacation program “Summer Vacation Orchestra Land!” which continued from 2006 to 2018. Please enjoy a colourful “Music Time” with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra members woodwind quintet and piano performance.
If you show your concert ticket at any of the supporting stores near Saitama Hall, you will be able to receive a variety of services. Please use this service. (A map of supporting stores will be handed out on the day of the concert.)

SHOW INFO

Date

Mer.29.2022 / 12:10pm-1:00pm

Venue

Saitama Hall / Large Hall

Artists

Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Members Woodwind Quintet
Shu Katayama (Piano)
Satoshi Asaoka (Narrator, MC)

Program

Dukas: Symphonic Poem “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and others

Presented by

Saitama Arts Foundation

Under the auspice of

Saitama City

Artist Profile

 

Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Members Woodwind Quintet
The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1946. Received the Minister of Education Award, the Kyoto Music Award Grand Prize, the Mainichi Art Award, the Suntory Music Award, and others. Has been in charge of ballet and opera performances at the New National Theatre, Tokyo, and has received high acclaim. Have partnerships with Kawasaki City and Niigata City, and are also active in the local community. Saitama Hall has held the “Summer Vacation Orchestra Land!” from 2006 to 2018, and brought music to children with an orchestra every year. A woodwind quintet sounded from its orchestra members.

 

 

 

Shu Katayama (Piano)
Born in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Graduated from the Tokyo College of Music (Piano Performance Course of Excellence) at the top of his class, and completed the master’s course at the same college. Currently, a researcher of the Tokyo College of Music and a student of the composition department at Toho Gakuen School of Music. Received many awards, including first prize in the National Piano Competition of the All Japan Student Music Contest, the Pitina Special Class Grand Prix, and the Audience Award. Appeared in many concerts throughout Japan and in Europe, and has performed with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Chamber Orchestra, and other orchestras, and is active in the field of chamber music as well as solo.

 

 

 

Satoshi Asaoka (Narrator, MC)
Graduated from Keio University. Joined TV Asahi as an announcer. Was the first sportscaster of “News Station”. Since becoming freelance, has expanded the activities to include TV, radio and commercial appearances, as well as hosting classical concerts and planning and composition. His unique world of on-stage conversations with soloists and conductors, as well as his light-hearted talks on interesting topics, has gained attention and trust as a presenter who can broaden the scope of new art fans.

TICKET INFO

TICKET AVAILABLE AT BOX OFFICE ON THE DAY OF PERFORMANCE

PRICES

1,000yen

ON SALE

ON SALE TO GENERAL PUBLIC Dec.12.2021(Sun)
SAITAMA ARTS FOUNDATION MEMBERS PRESALE Dec.11.2021(Sat)

 

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